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. chairman, i thank you for your kind words this is about the men and women of the fbi accomplished so much in the last decade. i thank you for the opportunity to be here to represent the men and women of the fbi. i also want to start by thanking this committee and result in particular for the extraordinary support you have given to the fbi over the last decade. we live in a time of diverse and persistent threats from terrorists, spies, cyber criminals. at the same time, we face a wide range of criminal corruption. just as our national security and criminal threats constantly evolves, so too must the fbi to meet encounter these evolving threats. we look forward to one additional challenge, this the ability to maintain our current capabilities to these threats during a time of constrained budgets. today, i spent a moment to connect our highest priority, national security and criminal threats. terrorists ruined our top priority, terrace with global reach and global ambitions that seek to strike as at home and abroad. the opera today in more places and against a wider array of targets than the
. the fbi now says it believes it knows who's behind the heist. when it happened, suspicion quickly fell on the museum's security guards. for the first time, one of those guards is sharing his story on camera in an exclusive interview with randi kaye. >> reporter: there was no trace of the thieves. authorities got an idea of what the bad guys looked like from the two night watchmen. the only ones to see the thieves up close. but it all happened so fast. they were tied up and blindfolded within minutes. watchman rick abbott gave this description to his sketch artist. >> the guy who was dealing with me was kind of taller and skinny and wearing gold-framed like round glasses, if i remember correctly. he had a mustache. i remember before he arrested me that it looked really greasy, i remember thinking that. he was using some funky kind of wax on that thing or something like that. it was probably a fake mustache. >> reporter: but the description from rick and the other guard didn't satisfy the fbi. even rick admits the sketch they produced didn't really look like either of the two men. >> i r
vive en inglesos fijos. >>> segÚn el fbi ancianos como mirta son el tipo perfecto para este tipo de fraude, primero confÍan en todo el mendo, y no reportan el crimen. ademÁs o temen que sus familiares no tas pta kacapitados. >>> los invitan a invertir en piedras preciosas, prometiendo ganancias asombrosas, les ofrecen planes funerarÍos. la llamada habla de secuestro que nunca sucediÓ. el riesgo es mayor entre hispanos. >>> si recibe algo en inglÉs va a estar en situaciÓn de desventaja. >>> no sea una vÍctima, atrentra prenda a decir, y no deje que el miedo le impidan reportar el fraude. la prevenciÓn es la Única opciÓn, este tipo de crimen queda impme y veremos si hay una causa para que la florida registre un alarmante rÉcord de ataque de tiburÓn. >>> y llegan imÁgenes de un incendio en mÉxico que se desaÓo en una bodega de papel en una poblaciÓn cercana al distrito federal. regresamos con mÁs. >>> en al punto muchos hablan de una reforma, pero la pregunta es si los republicanos apoyarÍan un camino a la ciudadanÍa. le preguntamos a al cÁrdenas. >>> no hay apoyo p
indebido y que el fbi investiga lo sucedido blanca ---la ciudad de san francisco esta solicitando a las empresas grandes a ofrecer beneficios para sus empleados que utilicen transporte publico para llegar a sus trabajos. take vo ---esto de acuerdo a una ordenanza municipal que permite a los negocios con mas de 20 empleados subsidiar los gastos de transporte siempre y cuando sea compartido o publico. ---los empleados que utilizan este tipo de transporte para llegar a sus trabajos se ahorran entre 200 a mil dolares al aÑo gracias a esta ordenanza. topvo - cesar --grandes cambios se avecinan para el puente "golden gate". --este miercoles el sistema de peaje con dinero efectivo en las casetas cambiara a solo pago electronico. --de esta manera, los autos no tendran que frenar y el trafico fluira mejor. ---la mesa directiva del puente tambien voto para aprobar que se aumente el limite de velocidad en las casetas de 5 a 25 millas por hora., este limite es el mismo que se utiliza en los carriles de pago automatico por "fast trak". take vo blanca ---un juez federal determino que el nudismo en p
, governor wallace, the fbi, all of the branches of government, trying to hold the movement together and enact the voting rights act, so the movement to expand its a lot. dr. king is by no means at the heart of all of the chapters. there is mississippi. there is one chapter about the pivotal year, 1964, freedom summer. bob moses. outlawe trying to segregation. dr. king is in jail in st. augustine, fla., and in that one summer, partisan politics turned upside down in the united states. the democrats went to the party of solids of segregation that they have been for a century -- the party of solid south the segregation that they had been for a century. segregation that they had been for a century. rights and aes' sign of tyranny in the government. the first republicans popped up in the south, and the party of lincoln gave way to the party of presumptive white people, so it turned partisan politics on its head in one summer. ofween the far reaches texas and the atlantic ocean in 1964, the very first ones came up. the chapter right in the middle shows how the power of race and the power
. >> congressgabby giffords was not only shot with one, he still carries one. >> and it's standard issue of the fbi and around 65% of american cops. what colt and remmington were to america's wild west, glock is to this country's violent present. and that's amazing since it's only around 30 years old and comes from europe. but its rise is a stark lesson in just how difficult any form of gun control could be going forward. it all begins in the 80s, in the suburbs of vienna when a guy named gaston glock decided to move from making knives and curtain rods to making guns for the austrian army. he had never made a pistol before, so he asked expert shooters what they wanted and came up with a game-changing design. but using mostly composite plastic instead of steal, glock created a weapon that's light and tough with a very easy trigger pull and no cumbersome thumb activated safety. it could shoot 17 bullets, almost three times more than the typical revolver as fast as you could pull the trigger. and glock made the brilliant decision to first offer them to police departments. just when the crack cocaine w
facing charges, and the fbi is also investigating. law enforcement officials say investigators have not found links to terrorism, and passengers on the plane had similar reactions. >> that's pretty scary. i fly every week, so that's actually pretty concerning. >> that's nuts. no way. >> it's crazy. >> authorities want to know what was his motive? was it for the perks and having a better seat, or life imitating art? >> it's a little reminiscent of the movie . >> i don't think it was quite that far. this guy did not look like leonar leonar leonardo. >> at this point it was not immediate apparent to the airline officials this was a criminal situation, and he was rebooked on another flight and security was alerted and they contacted the police and arrested him at the gate where he was waiting for his next flight. christine and victor? >> thank you. >>> jay leno throwing barbs at his bosses. that's always fun. that's coming up next. discover. the 100%-natural no-calorie sweetener made from the goodness of fruit. nectresse™. sweetness naturally. nectresse™. all stations come over to m
with emotion when asked about an officer wounded in the shootout. today, police announced the fbi's investigating whether ebel could be connected to the murder of a texas prosecutor, gunned down in january, roughly 100 miles away from the texas shootout. witnesses say assistant district attorney mark hasse was executed in broad daylight by two men dressed in black s.w.a.t. gear. white supremacists are suspected in that case, and police said tonight, given the proximity, they want to see if there could be any ties. and david, more breaking news. we just got court documents that say the shell casings from the texas shootout are the same brad and caliber as those found at the home of the colorado prison chief. >> pierre thomas, i know you'll be following this into the night. pierre, thank you. >>> now to that brazen attempt on board a us airways flight. a man posing as a pilot, walking right into the cockpit and taking a seat. abc's david kerley tonight on the co-pilot who smartly began asking questions. >> reporter: it was a us airways jetliner in philly that this man was able to sn
kerman, kron 4. restaurants in walnut creek, san jose, san mateo, monterey and palo alto. tonight, the f-b-i is asking for public help in identifying a serial bank robber in the east bay. dubbed the "button down bandit". he's accused of robbing chase bank in palos verdes mall in walnut creek - march sixth. also a wells fargo bank on hop-yard road in pleasanton on march 12th. he wears a long sleeved button down shirt during the robberies. >> in san mateo. another day has come and gone with no apparent action on a threat made against aragon high school. police have been patrolling the school grounds, after an anonymous online threat. they'll continue to keep watch over aragon high and nearby woodhaven elementary - through the weekend. ahead at eight. a man in sausalito talks to kron4 about the rockslide that nearly crushed him inside this car. also - lines are already forming outside the supreme court. ahead of next weeks hearing on same sex marriage. and: a service dog is stolen from its owner on a bart train. the woman's plea for help. >> tonight, a man in sausalito says he's thankful to be
and the fbi involved and seeing if there is any similarity, any connection between evan ebel and the case in kaufman county. >> any new developments in the investigation? >> reporter: right now in el paso county, colorado, colorado springs area the sheriff's deputies are working to formally relate evidence from the tom clements scene to the car in texas and feel strongly evan ebel is the man in the tom clements case. they're working with the department of corrections to see if there's connection to people in jail, the 211 prison gang that evan ebel was a part of, was there a hit put out, a conspiracy for this man to get out of jail and immediately allegedly at this point gun down his prison official. what's going on with the prison gangs? prisons in colorado on lockdown all weekend because of all of the attention to the prison gang but also so they can investigate and do the work inside the prison to see if there is a connection on the outside. >> speaking of connections, jim, there's one that's really bizarre, governor hickenlooper of colorado. explain this. >> reporter: it's very unusua
informante del fbi. >>> se declarÓ culpable un hombre de nueva york y todo para cobrar un seguro de vida. su hijo lo reportÓ como desaparecido y desatando una costosa bÚsqueda, ambos se pusieron de acuerdo y ahora deberÁn pagar con carcel sus mentiras. un ciudadano francÉs hizo lo impensable a bordo de un aviÓn, se logrÓ hacer pasar por piloto, comenzaron a dudar, y llamaron a la policÍa, y el impostor podria enfrentar serios cargos. y arde la controversia por el maltrato al que fue sometido un veterano. el video de seguridad muestra como este ex infante de marina que perdiÓ ambas piernas fue obligado a pararse durante una inspecciÓn, los agentes del aeropuerto lo obligaron a quitarse su prÓtesis. >>> las autoridades creen haber ultimado al sujeto que matÓ a un director de una cÁrcel, estaba bajo libertad condicional, si recuerdan el asesino luego abrÓo fuego contra agentes que intentaron darle alcance. >>> y padres indignados en chicago, y anunciaron el cierre de 60 escuelas pÚblicas para mejorar la calidad, y enfrentar el dÉficit presupuestario, el distrito escolar dijo que
't have jobs or food to put on the table. >> what is concerning, that we have on the defense side, f.b.i. training manuals that don't even mention the word islam. don't mention the word muslims or jihad. those have been completely purged. we also have nuclear defense missiles i think are cut ever since barack obama has come into office. yeah, now he is talking about interceptors over to alaska but that was only pretty much in response to the north korean threat because he got caught on that. rather than that all of our defenses have been going downward. >> sean: i agree, good point. joel, you have written from the last jihad and written a lot of novels. every time i read them i'm thinking these scenarios that you are writing about seem very possible to me. you have a very dark, twisted mind. [ laughter ] >> i look at worst case scenarios. that is where we are. the new novel is damascus count down. what if an american president miscalculates, he tries diplomacy and it doesn't work. what if an american president doesn't give israel a green light and pressures that don't strike but israel d
-powerful. >> harris: fbi agents joining police in the hunt for are a missing student from brown university in rhode island. the search for the student now expanding from boston to philadelphia. he is 22 years old. last seen march 16. he left his wallet and his phone behind in his apartment. he is described as 6'2", about 130-pounds. any one with information should providence police. >>> a huge man hunt with a break. investigators saying they have a suspect in the murder of the man who used to run the colorado entire prison system who was shot to death when answered his front door earlier this week. he was the director of colorado department of corrections and investigators are saying a man who died during a gun battle with texas authorities on thursday is the prime suspect. the man, evan spencer was paroled from a colorado prison in january. with more on this, dominik dean dinatale from the newsroom. >> reporter: investigators say they don't know if he was even aware that he was the state prison director. they do know he was a member of a dangerous white supremeacist prison gang. considered one of
those use to kill colorado's top prison official. now the fbi is checking to see whether this is all connected to the recent killing of a texas county prosecutor. and number one, police have arrested two teens this 17-year-old and a 14-year-old boy in the shooting death of this baby in a stroller and the wounding of the baby's mother in georgia. and that's "the fox report's" top five. and ton this day in 1969. aclu became the first and only school to win three state ncaa men's basketball championships. that was the streak. with legendary coach john and roster that included future nba great kareem abdul jabbar. the bruins entered the tournament as a clear cut favorite. they survived a big scare from drake from semi finals. in the matchup trounced. injury plagued purdue. bill o'reilly up. stretch the streak to an incredible seven straight championships all under coach wooden. it was a three pete on the college courts 34 years ago today. and now you know the news for this friday, march the 22nd. mom's birthday. happy birthday, mom. see you back here monday. >> bill: the o'reilly factor
, the $500 million art heist from the museum 23 years ago. the fbi says now they believe they know who did it. we will take you inside the crime in a special hour report. "piers morgan live" starts right now. >>> tonight, the extraordinary moment as two sandy hook parents came face-to-face with the father of killer adam lanza. >> i wanted to speak to him as one father to another father. >> emilie parker was 6 years old when she was murdered with 19 of her class mates. now her father joins me for an emotional interview. >> my daughter is beautiful and she is going to be great and she is going to continue to touch lives of countless numbers of people. >>> the former nra operative gets personal. >> we saved the british people because the americans had the guns. >> what he thinks of reducing gun violence in america. >>> also, where senators stand on the assault weapons ban. i'm demanding answers and tonight, we are giving it to you. >>> and a man on a mission. heartthrob and hollywood star gerard butler taking on the bad guys, working closely with navy s.e.a.l.s to make it happen. >> they are so
, everybody is screaming at each other, fbi is there, atf. the sheriff's office of mayor. the d.a. and everybody is unhappy. and he says, okay, he puts a cell phone in the middle of the table and says they are. and as soon as she said it, everybody knew that raymond was their guy and he was in handcuffs by that night. six days after the fire. that is unheard of in an arson investigation. the arsonist is long gone. how are you going to catch them? it's dark, it's night, there's no cameras or nothing. these are the guys who did it and put it all together. and here are the captains who testified. i like this picture. and look at chris. the sun is right in his face. i should've had everybody move into the shade. walker is in the background and i should've had him in it as well and i forgot to do that. this is a great metaphor. here he is in the background and he came to the fire afterwards. always there someone in the background. this is raymond squeeze. this is where they lived at apartments, very nice blue collar gated community. she said that he was there with their child. diamon
. >> this is a honey trap case. >> reporter: eric o'neal, former fbi counter intelligence officer says a spy master sends an attractive target to get them to give up information. robert hanson spied for the russians. he was portrayed in a hollywood movie "breach" on spies that use honey traps. >> while in that situation, how do they get the information. >> if it is a prostitute, for example, pillow talk. pillow talk comes from this, from the honey trap and spies. you talk to someone, get them to talk after you're done and relaxed, all the endorphins are flowing and happy things are going on, and people's tongues loosen. >> another was an exotic dancer that in world war i was accused of seducing diplomats to get them to give up secrets. peter earnest, former cia officer that runs the international spy museum says it is not always female spies with male targets. >> during the cold war, germans under marcus wolf had a very active program of sending romeos into west germany, seeing who they could meet and develop relationships with, if they had access to intelligence. >> reporter: a program he says wor
in the house rules for the ethics committee that says that another body is looking into something like the fbi or something like the irs and the ethics committee is aware of it, they have the option of not opening their own inquiry. if there is something like a thel dui case, chances are ethics committee will not give into that and let local authorities proceed. if a member is convicted of a felony, or indicted for a felony, they have to open proceedings at they choose not to go forward, they have to explain why. generally, they will defer to local law enforcement for something like a dui. salt greg is calling from lake tahoe, calif., good morning. help but thinkt that congressional ethics is a term which is an oxymoron. on the other hand, i recognize the difficulty. i watched of the charles rangel hearing come start to finish. it impressed upon the the difficulty of the matter. you had an equal number of members of each side on the panel. opendly, the hearings are but a lot of the matters are closed. in other words, the facts at issue are not always revealed. it is hard to discern as a citize
with the fbi and interpoll and the cia, talk national intelligence agency and the homeland security. by the time bloomberg was mayor and ray kelly was police chief. they came back and said to ray kelly and the mayor, it's not useful. we have been for a couple of years in washington and we have learned almost nothing. a lot of bureaucracy, gossip, hard information. the agencies often don't talk to each other. they are competing with one another. washington, d.c., isn't a great place to gather intel on terrorist operations around the world. so ray kelly with bloomberg's support had an idea. why don't we redeploy the new york intel squad to global cities one by one? one to singapore, one to frankfurt, one to hong kong, one to rio, send them to the places where we are likely to get valuable information. let them coordinate and cooperate with the intel unit in other cities around the world. let do city to city security intelligence gathering. for the last seven or eighth or nine years that's what new york city has been doing. i can't say i'm not a security expert that's the reason we hav
came from the fbi. what are your thoughts about looking at what do we do? should there be drug treatment? what do we do? given much -- this the first i have heard of it. i think an independent look would not hurt. by independents and been byependent objective -- independent i mean independent objective to look a certain aspects of incarceration. there are two big challenges, who and what. who would do it and to what would be the specification so that it is not a wide range of enterprise or initiative without the possibility of coming back with recommendations that can and should be adopted. smaller with a specifically defined set of goals and parameters, i do not think it could hurt. .> that is my last question it is probably the last time you will testify before this committee. i was called off the floor the other day. i understand that the directors when the search for two more years. what is your position? >> he said it will take a bill. i said i will speak for the bill. i think should talk to mrs. muller first before you presented. >> the law. the hearing is adjourned. >> t
are the second-largest contributor to the joint terrorism task force in the country outside of the fbi itself. important work needs to go on. in my view, we should not take and divert resources from domestic investigations to the detention budget if that would mean fewer child exploitation cases, fewer special agents on the streets, few were drug- trafficking cases. >> ice has a mandate to maintain 34,000 beds. how many individuals do you feel can safely be released under an alternative detention? >> the alternative detention program has an enormous amount of promise. there is a very high rate of appearance for the full-service model. long-term, it is something congress should pay a lot of attention to. i think it could help some of the budget challenges that the committee and other committees are wrestling with. district alternative to the tension is to make sure the case is heard quickly. the average cost of alternative detention of a full-service model is $7 per day compared to as much as $122 a day. if the case takes much longer to be heard and decided, eventually you lose the benefit of
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